I think its important to have closure in any relationship that ends - from a romantic relationship to a friendship. You should always have a sense of clarity at the end and know why it began and why it ended. You need that in your life to move cleanly into your next phase.
By: Jennifer Aniston
I think everyone understands grief, the journey it takes us on, whether its the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, a disappointment. Some people dont deal with it, the power of it. Some do. Some feel the weight of it and it informs their choices. Ive had to open up to grief in different contexts.
By: Tori Amos
People should accept being single, because those are the moments you can really focus on yourself, and learning who you are. Then when you get in a relationship, you will be stronger and have a little bit more self-awareness, self-love, and the other ingredients for a healthy relationship.
By: Lauren London
The game of basketball has been everything to me. My place of refuge, place Ive always gone where I needed comfort and peace. Its been the site of intense pain and the most intense feelings of joy and satisfaction. Its a relationship that has evolved over time, given me the greatest respect and love for the game.
By: Michael Jordan
I used to define success as being able to produce any result you wanted, whether it was a relationship, weight-loss, being a millionaire, impacting the culture, changing society, whatever it might be - it might be homelessness, whatever - and lately, Ive redefined success as fulfilling your souls purpose.
By: Jack Canfield
North Americans as a whole need to embrace having clothes altered to their body. I hear it all the time: why do the Europeans always look so good? They have a relationship with their tailor and spend the time and money to make their clothes look their best.
By: Michael Kors
Memories are thoughts that arise. Theyre not realities. Only when you believe that they are real, then they have the power over you. But when you realize its just another thought arising about the past, then you can have a spacious relationship with that thought. The thought no longer has you in its grip.
By: Eckhart Tolle
The only real security is not in owning or possessing, not in demanding or expecting, not in hoping, even. Security in a relationship lies neither in looking back to what it was, nor forward to what it might be, but living in the present and accepting it as it is now.